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Fwd: Ubuntu weird characters in PuTTY

> > Aha!  Change the PuTTY settings, instead of changing the OS settings.
> > At first blush, that appears to work.
> Oops.  On second blush, it's not so easy.  I've reset PuTTY to UTF-8,
> but there are still some subject lines and message bodies that are
> screwing up the cursor positioning, etc. of mutt.  (I can't remember if
> mutt uses curses or does its own screen/cursor handling.)  In addition,
> it appears I'm getting extra spaces in some of the subject lines.  I
> think mutt can't handle utf-8, even if PuTTY can.
> So I guess I'm back to trying to reset the system to use 7-bit
> characters.  Ideas?  I've looked at the stty options, but I don't see
> anything that's obvious to me.

Sounds like Ubuntu is detecting a TERM that it thinks can do VT100
bold/under, but PuTTY isn't doing it.

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